The #WhoAreTheyPhilippines has been going for 5 editions already and being a person who enjoys numbers and statistics, I couldn't help myself but prepare some charts.
My goal when working on those was to:
- See the progress on different levels from the 1st edition to the 5th
- Be completely transparent with the contributions
- See who is engaging the most with the initiative
After coming up with several charts (quite a lot to be honest), I thought that maybe a few of you would also be interested to see them. I am planning to update and post them after every edition is complete.
I would very much appreciate some feedback to know whether I should continue posting these or if there is no need.
In case you'd like to see different charts or statistics, just let me know and I can potentially work on it provided that the data is available. The same way, I could remove the useless ones.
Anyways, enough talk, here it is.
The main goal for #WATP is to reward a random person with a cash reward in the local currency (Philippines Pesos - PHP) which is equivalent to the Hive Dollar value of the post payout.
Knowing this, I couldn't not do a few charts about the money handed over to the previous featured persons.
A big part of the cash rewards handed over to the person comes from the contributions received so of course I needed some charts about it:
Have a look at how the upvotes were distributed.
Have a look at the comments statistics.
Have a look at the reblogs statistics.
As I mentioned above, the contributions are what is making #WhoAreTheyPhilippines successful so far, so here are some statistics:
Total Contributions Received
Total Contributions Used
By Hive Rewards Value
By Number of Upvotes
This Chart is kinda useless, only 3 users (@allmonitors, @discoveringarni and @laissez-faire) upvoted all 5 editions but then 83 Hivers upvoted 4 editions. I obviously couldn't show 83 people on 1 chart.
I will most likely remove this chart from the next statistics post.
The @whoaretheyph was removed from this statistic.
This is it, any feedback would be appreciated.
For all of you being tagged to this post, leave a comment if you don't want to be mentioned in the future.
Unless I'm asked to stop doing it, I'll see you next week with the updated statistics.